Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 77A.djvu/524

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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES 510 References to Tariff Schedules •WHEELS— abrasive 519.81-86 mounted on frameworks, hand or pedal operated 6h9.39 of iron or steel, for rail locomotives, vehicles, and rolling stock 690.30 •WHETSTONES, hand 519.61 WHIPS 751.10-11 WHISKEY I68.1i5-i*6 WHITE— lead 1(73.60-62 satin 1*72.30 WICK, asbestos 518.21 WICKS, TEXTILE (see also FABRICS, narrovf) Sch 3 Pt U •WIGS 1 790.70 WILLOW Sch 2 Ft 2B Hdnte 2Cb)j 222.20-25 articles of 222.30-60 WINCHES 661*. 10 WINDING MACHINES, textile 670.12 WIND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 725.10-26 WINDOW(S) — fittings and mountings, of base metal 61*7.00-10 frames, of base metal 652.90-92 glass 5U2.11-98 hollands 356.20 painted, colored, or stained glass 51ill.61i valued over $15 per square foot, for religious institutions 850.30 WINES— imitation 167.90 nspf 167.50 prune 167.20 rice 167.25 sherry 167.35 sparkling 167.IO still, produced from grapes I67.30-37 vermouth 167.1*0-1*2 WIPING RAGS 390.30 WIRE-DRAWING DIES 61*9.1*8 WIRE(S) — bale ties, of iron or steel 61*2.90-91 milliners' and other, covered 61*2.96-97 barbed 61*2.02 of base m e t a l — aluminum Sch 6 Pt 2D Hdnte 3(d) 618.20-22 copper Sch 6 Pt 2C Hdnte 3(d),612.70-73 iron or steel Sch 6 Pt 2B Hdnte 3(pj 609.20-76 lead Sch 6 Pt 2G Hdnte 3(b) 5 62l*.30 nickel Sch 6 Pt 2E Hdnte 3(d); 620.20-22 tin Sch 6 Pt 2F Hdnte 3(b); , 622.20-22 zinc Sch 6 Pt 2H Hdnte 3(d); 626.30-31 of base metal or metal carbide, coated or cored with flux, for soldering, etc 653.10-15 of base metal powder, used for metal spraying 653.15 cloth, gauze, fabric, screen, netting, and fencing 61*2.35-37 cylinder and Fourdrinier, suitable for use in paper making machines 61*2.25-30 healds and heddles 67O.72 strands, ropes, cables and cordage, with or without fittings 61*2.06-20

References to Tariff Schedules •WIRING SETS, ignition, Christmas tree, etc 688.10-15 •WITHERITE 1*72.02-01* WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' WEARING APPAREL Sch 3 Pt 6 Hdnte 2(c); 382.03-87 WOOD— baskets 20U.05 blinds, shutters, screens, and shades 206.65-67 blocks, rough shaped 200.50-55 boxes, cases, crates, etc 201*.25-30 brier root, in the rough or blocks 200.1*5 broom, brush, and mop handles and backs 206.50-51* building boards Sch 2 Pt 3 Hdnte l(e); 21*5.80-90 carvings and ornaments 202.66 casks, barrels, and other coopers' products 201*.10-20 cellular panels Sch 2 Pt 3 Hdnte 1(d); 21*5.60 charcoal 200.30 chips 200.15 compression-modified or densified, and articles thereof 203.10-30 doors 206.30 dowel rods and. pins 200.90-95 excelsior 200.25 fence pickets, pailings, rails, and sections 200.75 firewood 200.03 flooring 202.57-60 flour 200.20 forks 206.1*5-1*7 frames, picture and mirror 206.60 fuel, with or without added binder 200.03-06 furniture Sch 7 Pt 1 A Hdnte 1;

727.15-1*0 handles 203.20; 206.50-5U jewelry boxes, silverware chests, utensil cases, etc 20l*.35-50 laths 200.65 logs, rough, split, hewn, or roughly sided200.35 lumber Sch 2 Pt IB Hdnte 2(a); 202.03-51* drilled or treated Sch 2 Pt IB Hdnte 2(d) & Hdnte Ij; 202.52; 202.51* not drilled or treated 202.53 moldings 202.63-66 nspf 207.00 -particle board 21*5.50 pitch 1*93.1*7 plywood Sch 2 Pt 3 Hdnte 1(b); 21*0.10-20 poles, piles, posts 200.60 pulp 250.02 pulpwood 200.35 railroad ties 200.80 screws, of base metal Sch 6 Pt 3D shingles and shakes 200.85 siding (weather boards or clapboards) 202.1*5-50 drilled or treated Sch 2 Pt IB Hdnte 2(d); 202.52; 202.51* skewers, candy and ice cream sticks, drink mixers, and similar small wares 206.87 spoons 206.1*5-1*7 sticks, rough, or cut to length 200.1*0 tar and tar oil 19*10

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timber, rough, split, hewn, or roughly sided 200.35 tools, tool bodies and handles 206.50-51* toothpicks 206.85